Glass & Mirror Craft’s 80,000-square-foot facility is equipped to provide custom fabrication services you need, when you need them. GMC’s fabrication services include:
Glass and Mirror Craft’s treatment of exposed edges is as much a form of art as it is a safety precaution. This custom Edgework adds dimension and personalized design to any piece of glass. Need a special edge you don’t see here? Contact us to customize one to meet your unique need.
1/4″ to 1-1/4″
1/8″ to 3/4″
1/2″ to 2″
3/16″ to 3/4″
Double Bevel1/2″ to 3/4″
1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″
1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″
Precision Drilling, Notching, Cutouts and CNC Shaping
No matter how unique the need, Glass and Mirror Craft’s precise drilling, notching, cutting, and CNC Shaping offers a full range of capabilities to hang, hold, shape, and hinge for your application.
- corner notches
- edge notches
- hinge, sink and service cutouts
- plate groove
GMC’s CNC cutting equipment can also precisely reproduce any pattern in glass, including unusual shapes, notches or cutouts.
Tempering and Heat Strengthening
Glass and Mirror Craft’s heat-treating process, or Tempering, produces internal stresses that force the glass to become remarkably stronger and ensuring that if it breaks, it crumbles into tiny pieces. At times, glass manufacturing can create tiny inclusions of nickel sulfide. Under extreme conditions, these inclusions can weaken tempered glass to a potential break. The heat soaking process is an added measure to reveal these inclusions and strengthen the glass. Glass & Mirror Craft’s heat strengthening, tempering, and heat soaking is offered for most of its glass products.
Tempering and heat soaking are performed to ASTM standards in a SGCC-certified facility. Glass & Mirror Craft’s tempering oven accommodates glass up to 100″ x 180″, heat soaking capacity up to 100″ x 180″.
Decorative and Structural Lamination
Glass and Mirror Craft’s laminated glass offers color, textures, and privacy in addition to its structural strength. The wide range of structural and decorative lamination options are applicable to residential, commercial and industrial applications.
Other laminating interlayers offered, depending on application:
- EVA (decorative lamination): similar to the most common interlayer, PVB, EVA is lighter, and enables new possibilities for decorative interlayers.
- Sentryglas (structural lamination): offers more structural strength than PVB, used where additional strength is necessary for structural or safety considerations.